The ultraremote North-East represents a Uganda largely unknown to both visitors and the bulk of its population living down south. And for good reason, a start from Jinja, Buganda Kingdom’s capita is a one very satisfying; a view of Mabira forest, Sezibwa falls, Itanda falls, Bujagali falls, source of the Nile and the amazingly loving Basoga people is a fun fare, packed with many number activities like Zip lining, Bungee jumping into the Nile, White water rafting or just a chill on a boat at the Nile. After Jinja, you come across yet another beauty, Sipi Falls just before you reach Mount Elgon home to two tribes, the Bagisu and the Sabiny, with the marginalized Ndorobos forced to dwell deep within the forest of Benet. This area is a favorite spot for culture lovers with a lot of interesting happenings, more during the circumcision periods where Young Bagisu boys are initiated into manhood/Bamasaba culture. After a view or a taste of a malewa, we on a long and rugged road to Kidepo Valley National Park, where lion prides, herds of zebra and waterbuck share the savannah with species found in no other Ugandan park such as cheetah and wild dogs. Bordering South Sudan and Kenya, it’s a world apart in terms of culture and landscape – with knobby mountains and steep escarpments straight out of fiction. Acholi, Karamajong, Ik and Dodoth people call the region home. Gulu and Kitgum suffered for decades under LRA (Kony) guerilla raids but now the people settled in and are quickly putting their lives back on track. This region has become the most spectacular tourist destination ever since guerilla wars & tribal conflicts ended. Unique culture of the Karmojong, variety of wild animals and the most fascinating scenery. Visit this land, it’s awesome!